May 15, 2014

Egypt's Cold Realism on Syria

Geoffrey Aronson, Al Monitor

The Associated Press

The next meeting of the Friends Of Syria is scheduled for May 15 in London. Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmi, however, will not attend, as it seems a previous engagement in Bratislava cannot be broken.

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